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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Glowing tribute to General R. E. Lee. (search)
40,000. Suppose, for one moment, that at the Wilderness and Spotsylvania Lee, with 125,000 had moved against Grant with 45,000 men—where woney to Richmond was interrupted at Gordonsville, and there I saw Colonel Lee uncheck his trunk, as we had to do in those days, and have it trrom General Stuart there. At Hagerstown I carried messages to General Lee and found him flying at his headquarters for the first time The arth could inspire me with the sense of superiority which I felt General Lee possessed over all mankind. The atmosphere about him was that omorning) at the same spot, when the Texans yelled, You go back, General Lee, to the rear, as they plunged into the masses of the enemy and hess from Stuart. I dismounted and delivered a verbal message to General Lee. He motioned me to follow him, and retiring on foot to an olde I experienced what I afterward learned was almost a habit with General Lee--to think aloud. He murmured to himself as if addressing me: We